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04.10.2016

Medicinal cannabis trial to enrol first patients soon

A world-first clinical trial led by UNSW to assess whether medicinal cannabis can enhance the quality of life for patients with advanced cancer will enrol its first patients in the coming months. A ‘world first’ clinical trial to assess whether medicinal cannabis can enhance the quality of life for patients with advanced cancer will begin…

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26.09.2016

University of Western Sydney herbal remedy trial for vascular dementia enters final clinic trial stage

A CLINICAL trial using herbal medicine to treat dementia and Alzheimer’s has entered its final phase and eligible participants are being sought. Researchers from the National Institute of Complementary Medicine at the University of Western Sydney have spent 10 years developing a herbal remedy with the goal of improving the memory and cognitive function for…

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